“We know we’re on a learning curve” Mark Davies, CEO Amaroo LALC The energy is palpable at Inglebar as OurMob drives across country with Mark […]
“Land Councils didn’t just get handed to us” – Amaroo Chair Corey Powell “So many people fought for what we’ve got today. I honestly think […]
“Building a relationship with the LALCS and having mutual trust is essential” – Trent Lynwood. I was born in Cronulla but I grew up in Coffs […]
Walcha Elder Honoured at Summervale Camp Kitchen Opening It was all about food, family, fun and honouring a respected Elder, at the opening of Amaroo […]
Councillor profile: Charles Lynch (Northern Region) At the NSWALC Elections last year, Charles Lynch was elected as Councillor for Northern Region. OurMob caught up with […]
Community Development Fund sharing Land Rights wealth base Twelve Local Aboriginal Land Councils are getting on with the job of building community facilities through the […]
Warra-Li Resource Unit: a model for regional economic development In 2010, 14 Local Aboriginal Land Councils in Northern Region sat down with State and Federal […]
UNE students awarded Freddy Fricke Scholarships A nursing student from Bowraville and a social work student from Mungindi are this year’s winners of the New […]
The Severn Rivers Gorge is the traditional country of the Nggorabul people and has been in the care of Glen Innes Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) since 1987.
The outstanding contributions of Elders and young people were recognised at last month’s Statewide Conference.
OurMob acknowledges the leadership and achievement of the 2015 winners.